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Invitation to Submit Book Proposals

Durham University IMEMS Press, a partnership between the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies at Durham University and Boydell & Brewer, is pleased to invite book proposals for the following series. Catholicisms, c.1450–c.1800 focusses on various aspects of Catholicism as it grew to become a global movement and brings together work from a range …

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Continuités historiques | Historical continuities

La prochaine session du séminaire virtuel international de la FISIER ReNoV/ReNeWThe next session of FISIER's virtual international seminar ReNoV / ReNeW"Continuités historiques""Historical continuities"aura lieu le samedi 11 décembre | will take place on Saturday, December 11th à 9h-12h (NY) / 14h-17h (Londres) / 15h-18h (Paris) / 22h-01h (Tokyo) / 23h-02h (Sydney) at 9am-12pm (NY) / 2-5pm (London) / 3-6pm (Paris) / …

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Polaris | Call for Submissions

Polaris now welcomes submissions of 750-3000 words on all aspects of cultural practice in Northern Europe from the fifteenth to seventeenth centuries. Polaris is the sister publication of the Journal of the Northern Renaissance and its hub for short-form scholarship, notes and queries, research spotlights, and other more informal academic contributions. The Polaris supports Open …

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Call for Abstracts: Early Modern Asexualities

We are soliciting abstracts for 5,000-6,000-word papers to be included in an edited collection entitled Early Modern Asexualities. We invite people to propose papers that draw on the insights of asexuality studies to investigate early modern English literature and culture. Essays might explore how an understanding of asexuality and aromanticism can complicate and complement historical …

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Call for Papers | Appel à communications: CSRS/SCÉR panels @ RSA 2022

The Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies / Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance (CSRS/SCÉR) can sponsor up to four panels at the 2022 meeting of the Renaissance Society of America, in Dublin (March 30-April 2).  We invite proposals for individual papers and especially for panels in any topic that falls within our period, from all …

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News from Congress 2021 | Des nouvelles du Congrès 2021

Dear participants of Congress 2021, chers participant.e.s du Congrès 2021, Thanks to you, this year’s Congress was a big success. So how could it get any better? Grâce à vous, le Congrès de cette année a été un franc succès. Alors, vous vous demandez sans doute « comment l’expérience pourrait-elle être meilleure encore? » As you probably …

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Prix Gabrielle-Roy 2020

L'Association des littératures canadienne et québécoise a décerné, lors de son colloque annuel, le prix Gabrielle-Roy 2020 à la publication Le défi de la fragilité. Autour des essais de François Paré (Ottawa, Les Éditions David, 2020), ouvrage dirigé par Tara Collington, Élise Lepage et Guy Poirier. Ce prix récompense chaque année le meilleur ouvrage de …

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Assistant Professor of Medieval/Early Modern French Literature, at Dalhousie University

The Department of French at Dalhousie University invites applications from junior academics for a 50% Limited Term Appointment (10-month term) at the Assistant Professor level in the area of Medieval and Early Modern French Literature, effective August 1, 2021. This position is subject to budgetary approval.All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and …

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Nouvelle parution

Tangence n° 123 / Huronie représentée : mythologies et appropriations 2020 Numéro préparé par Maxime Prévost (Université d’Ottawa) et Luc Vaillancourt (Université du Québec à Chicoutimi) Table des matières LiminaireMaxime Prévost et Luc Vaillancourt « Quand je sçauray parler Huron » : l’ambition linguistique des JésuitesLuc Vaillancourt Des débats sur la religion en Huronie. Quand les …

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Inaugural meeting of the Canadian Association of Neo-Latin Studies/Association canadienne d’études néo-latines, February 12, 2021.

The meeting takes place February 12, 2021 at the Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies at the University of Toronto. Venue: Zoom virtual meetings. This conference represents the inaugural meeting of the Canadian Association of Neo-Latin Studies/Association canadienne d’études néo-latines. The bilingual nature of this gathering reflects the significant contributions Canadian researchers have made in …

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